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MONDAY, AIGrST 12, 1907.
'ALBUQUEIiQDE EVENING CITIZEN.
ROBBER HELD UP
Arraigned at Tucson Charged
With Crime Committed
Tucson. Ariz., August 12 Charged
-ith having entered the house of
rrancls de los Reyes at Tanque Ver
de more than a year, aro and at the
point of a gun terrorizing the fam
ing, taxing ail their valuables, Adoi
fo Mayo was arraigned yesterday be
fore Justice Scott on a charge of
burglary. His hearing was not con
cluded and was continued until to
Mayo In justice court yesterday
was positively identified by Mrs. de
ios Keyes as the robber who en
tered the house and frightened the
The robbery was one of the bold
est ever known In this county. It
was committed early in the evening.
The robber approached the ranch
house and the people, thinking It
was either a friend coming for a vis
It or a stranger passing by, paid no
attention to him. They were startled
by a command to throw up their
hands and they suddenly found
themselves looking Into a six-shooter
The robber proceeded to ransack
the house, keeping the family cov1
ered. He relaxed his vigilance, mo
mentarlly and Mrs. de los Reyes,
seising the opportunity, leaped
tnrougn a window, carrying pane
ana sasn wun ner.
Immediate pursuit was given by
the robber but the woman, scream
ing at the top of her voice, ran to
ward another ranch houRe a quarter
of a mile away and her cries brought
help. The robber, frightened, gave
up the pursuit and disappeared. It
was said that he had gone Into the
Suspicion pointed toward Mayo
and when he arrived here a few
days ago he was Immediately ar
rested by Deputy Sheriff Mills.
New York, August 12. For the
first time In many years a young wo
man who went to trial on charge of
having attempted suicide has been
convicted in court here. An attempt
at suicide is a felony, punishable by
Imprisonment in state's prison for
not more than two years, or by a fine
of not more than $1,000 or both, tout
as a rule the unfortunates, after ar
rest and meditation, are given their
Rosina Goldner is the young wo
man, and her conviction is the cul
mination of a long series of misfor
tunes, home years asro she was hurt
Iby a celling which fell nr. her. Then
she lost all her savings In an unsuc
cessful business venture. Again, he
was found overcome by gas, and it
was (believed that she had tried to
kill herself. She fell frjm a street
car, and a pin which was forced into
her arm caused blood p jlsonlng.
Three times she was a pathnt In
Bellevue hospital, having attempted
suicide, the last occat.oa being In
Central park, where she drank laud
anum. Btate of Ohio, City or Toleao,
Lucas County. ss.
Frank J. Chenney makes oath thnt he
Is senior partner of the firm of F. J.
Cheney & Co., doing business in the
City of Toledo. County and Btate afore
said, and that said firm will pay the sum
of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each
and every case of Catarrh that cannot
be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh
Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY.
Bworn to before me and subscribed in
my presence, this 6th day of December,
A. D. 18S6.
A. W. GLEASON,
(Seal.) Notary Public
Hall's Catarrh Cure la taken Internally
and acts directly on the blood and mu
cous surfaces of the system. Bend for
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props..
Take Hall s Family Pills for constipation.
Don't Ruin Your Best Horse Going for a Doctor
Bowel complaints are always more or less prevalent during the Summer
months, and many a man has ruined his best horse going for a doctor
when some of his family was suffering from cramp colic or chobra
morbus. Be prepared for such an emergency.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
Is the most successful medicine yet produced for these diseases and can
always be depended upon. No doctor can prescribe a better medicine.
It is almost certain to be needed before the Summer is over. Buv it now.
Las Veiras will enforce her weed
The post office at Kymo, Yavapai
county, Arizona, has been discontin
ued. Lee Christopher and Miss Mary
Hyatt were united in marlage last
week at Artesia, New Mexico, Rev.
E. E. Muthes officiating.
Euitene Thompson, for three years
a resident of Las Vegas, dropped
dead of heart disease at Atlantic
City last week. He was called there
ten days ago by the serious illness
of his mother,
J. W. Williams, for some time past
assistant superintendent of the Q. V.
K. & N. at Globe, has been made su
perintendent of the Arizona & Colo
rado depot, which is one ox the Ran
Patents have been granted to resl
dents of Arizona Territory as fol
lows: .Isaac Anderson of McCabe, a
devic for the decovery of precious
rnemiB irom solution; William T.
Harper of Flagstaff, for a non-reflll-
A special from Jerome, Arizona.
nays: unere is absolutely no trutli in
me report that United Verde amel
ter is rawing In. The smelter has
Deen closed temporarily while the
large crane track Is being rerialred
(but this wo will soon be completed
and the smelter will soon be running
again as usual.
J. A. 'Burton, chief engineer for
Grant Brothers, the concern which la
building the Southern Pacific's So
nora railroads, today admitted thai
"ultimately" the northern terminus
of the railroad will undoubtedly be
Douglas, Arizona. Just what the
date of "ultimately" is Mr. Burton
could not say, but he implied that
It would not be far from, a year.
The people of Northern Arizona
have concluded to establish a fish
hatchery on Oak Creek, near Flag
staff. This, the sportsmen sav. Is
an Ideal place for fishing and they
think that within two years after the
(best fishing in Arizona, as well as
best fishing ground In Arizona as
well as a pleasant summer retreat.
The 1907-8 term of the Unlvers
ity of New Mexico will open on Mon
day, August 19. According to mem
bers of the faculty, the fall semester
will be the banner one of the univers
ity s history. Estimates made b
President Tight and Dean C. E. Hod-
girl Indicate that the enrollment will
exceed 200 on opening day, an In
crease of sixty per cent over the op
ening enrollment or last year.
The coroner's jury pronounced
the death of Lorenzo Chavez at the
Copper Queen smelter ore beds at
Douglas, Arizona. Saturday after
noon due to "unavoidable accident."
Several of the train crew who saw
Chavez fall testified that he was
standing loosely on the platform of
the ore car and Just before the car
stopped fell without apparent rea
son beneath the wheels. The suppos
ition Is that he lost his balance. Only
one truck passed over his body, but
he died shortly afterward.
Tomas Romero, a young man
about 32 years, and a resident of
Undo Juan Pais, was adjudged In
sane at a hearing before Chief Jus
tice Mills at Las Vegas Saturday.
Romero has been confined in the
Las Vegas county Jail for the past
three weeks, and at times has been
very violent, and would tear his
clothes from his person and It was
dangerous for persons to go near
him. It was necessary to place him
In a straight Jacket In order to bring
him before the court.
HAIR DRESSER AND
Mrs. Bambini, at her parlors oppo
site the Alvarado and next door to
St urges' cafe. Is prepared to give
thorough scalp treatment, do hair
dressing, treat corns, bunions and In
growing nails. She gives massage
treatment and manicuring. Mrs,
Bambini's own preparation of com
plexion cream builds up the skin and
Improves the complexion, and is
guaranteed not to be Injurious. She
also prepares a hair tonic that cures
and prevents dandruff and hair fall
restores life to dead hair: I
removes moles, warts and superfluous
hair. Massage treatment by vibrator
inauiimtTo. ror any oiemisn or me
face, call and consult Mrs. Bambini,
Foods for Summer That Add
No Heat to One's
i neoreticany the best program
In summer if you want to keep cool
is 10 eat roous that have little nu
triment in them." a Dhysfclan said
"You may reduce your menu from
general principles of physiology If
you care to .x'rolelds, which Is the
Bcienunc term for meats, build up
waste tissue. uoribonydrates, the
starchy foods, generate even more
heat than meats. The third class of
rood Is fats. You see the dilemma
The best thing to do, clearly Is to
eat as little of the starchy foods as
possible and little of the prolelds
ana or tne rats.
"Milk is the best hot weather food.
One glass of good milk contains as
mucn nutriment as a hungry man
could get out of two eggs, three
ounces of lean meat, sixteen ounces
of oysters, one ounce of cocoa and
two ounces orf bread. This has been
tested in many case, especially in
tubercular cases. It Is possible to
live on milk alone, for it contains
all three of the classes of foodstuffs.
A Hot Weatltrr Menu.
"A good hot weather menu which
would furnish no more nutriment
than the body requires In summer,
would go something like this:
"Breakfast Prepared cereals, the
kind that come in paste'board boxes.
A thin slice of bacon, which Is salty
and covers the taste but doesn't add
any fuel to the furnace; a cud of
"Luncheon (Milk; sandwiches
fancy sandwiches preferred, because
they are cut thinner. Finish with a
piece of 'indigestible pie."
"Dinner Kteak will be necessary
to keep the sufferer f'om thinking
he Is starving, though a few glasses
of milk will furnish more food.
Uiwuits and Ice tea will not add
anything to the work of the diges
tive organs , and yet will seem to re
lieve hunger. There Is not much tis
sue building material In fruits either.
"With such a menu as this you
will never fc-ar that you will starve,
and yet there Is so little nutriment In
the foods mentioned that little heat
will be generated In the body from
"Hut is this your own summer
menu?" some one ased.
"Oh. no," the physician roplled,
"the heat doesn't bother me and I
eat whatever I please. I thought you
wanted some theory.
l'or an Impaired Appetite.
To Improve the appetite and
strengthen the digestion try a few
doses of Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets. Mr. J. H. Seltz, of De
troit, Mich., says: "They restored my
appetite when Impaired, relieved me
of a bloated feeling and caused a
pleasant and satisfactory movement
of the bowels." Price 25 cents. Sam
ples free. All druggists.
TO KEEP WAGONS
OFF AUTO ROAD
Silver City, X. M.. August 12.
(SiH'olal) L. J. Carter, who Is man
ager of the Mogollon auto road, has
commenced active operation In put
ting the road between Silver City
and the Mogollon district in good
shape. The road will be constructed
for the use of the autos on the stage
line oniy and instead of bridging the
arroyos troughs will be constructed
Mr the auto wheels to run in. This
will make It impossible for heavy
wagons to use the road.
"Everybody Should Know."
says O. G. Hays, a prominent busi
ness man of Bluff, Mo., that Buck-
Ipn'a Arnlnn Salv. la tha iinlnlr..
nnd snreut hcoiini, mivn ,n,i
to a sore, burn or wound, or to a
esse nf niles. i'v ne it ar,
what I'm taikini, ohm,i " '.,,,,.-,,,
bv all drue-eiata. 2r.
Result of Carelessness Mounts
Into Six Figure
8an Bernardino, Cal., August U.
ouperinienaeni j. K. Hitchcock o
tne santa Fe has returned to hes.J
quarters In this city from the Hes
perla wreck, where he has been ever
since its occurence, and was yester
day continuing the work of investi
gating the cause of the disaster.
From what has been learned of
me wreck it is without doubt
plain case of carelessness on the part
of the train crew, in leaving the
heavy train on the grade practically
unprotected, while the rear brake
man testified that he set the brakes
on several of the rear cars of the
train, it Is pointed out that If this
was really done It should hut hlit
the train. It la probable that sever.
al of the men In charge of the train
will lose their Jobs, as it Is said the
condition In which they left the
train is a gross violation of the rules
or tne company.
Tvhen anyone says there Is no
danger in leaving a train like that
on a grade such as exists at Hesne-
rla, he don't know what he Is talk
ing about. It Is positively dangerous
o leave even a iignt train there un
protected, to say nothing of such
train as the one which was wrecked."
said a well-posted railroad man yes
terday, in discussing the matter.
The Santa Fe claim agents were
yesterday still at work on the task
or getting the claims, that will re
suit, Into shape. The loss to the San
ta Fe occasioned by the wreck will
mount Into six figures. Among the
expensive rreignt smashed up was a
carload of expensive mahogany fur
niture, a carload of automobiles and
Should Convince the Greatest Skeptic
Because it's the evidence of an Al
Testimony easily Investigated.
The strongest endorsement of
The best proof. Read It:
J M. Parker, living at 317 South
Fourth street, Albuquerque, N. M.,
says: "Uoan s Kidney Pills are en
imea to me strongest praise I can
give them. I never placed much
faith in patent medicines, but I can
say I have derived more good from
Doan s Kidney Pills than I supposed
it would be possible for me to get
from any kind of medicine or treat
ment. Several years ago I began to
notice indications of kidney com
plaint. A year ago my condition
reached the state where I was an al
most constant sufferer from pain in
my back and trouble of an alarming
nature existed with the kidney secre
Hons. On one occasion the kidney
secretions stopped altogether and I
had to have a physician draw it from
me. At that time I was employed as
a locomotive engineer and had to give
up this work, as the Jar of the engine
made the pain In my back beyond en
durance. I suffered from pain across
my loins and in both sides over my
nips mat i would have to sit down in
a chair and lean my back against
something to support it. At night
aner i would retire I would not sleep
any more than an hour before the
pain would waken me: then I would
have to sit up In bed and bend over
in order to get relief. The kidney
secretions were very profuse, and
what added to my misery was a
burning, scalding sensation which ac
companied the secretions. About
three months ago I learned of Doan's
Kidney Pills and procured a supply.
In a short time every difficulty was
corrected and 1 have no trouble at all
with my back and kidneys now. I
am as well and strong as ever and
am certain that I could take up the
work that I had to give up, and could
do It without any trouble. On occa
sions without number I have recom
mended Doan's Kidney Pills, and
whatever I can say for them will al
ways afford me pleasure."
For sale by all dealers. Price 60
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo.
New York, sole agents for the UnlUd
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other. No. 24
"Regular as the Run."
Is an expression as old as the race.
No doubt the rising and setting of
the sun is the most regular perform
ance In the universe, unless It Is
the action of the liver and bowels
when regulated with Dr. King's New
Life Pills. Guaranteed by all drug
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS
Four room adolie house
and alMut an acre of
line garden land, W.
Central avenue $ 800
Three room house, four
lot, North Fourth
Three room house and
an acre of land, three
miles north of town.. 400
Three room house, fur
nished complete, two
good horM'M, spring
wagon and one acre
of bind 500
Six room house. West
New York avenue... 2,500
Six room house. West
Marquette avenue ... 1,800
IOIt It EXT.
six room brick Iiousc,
hntli. cvlhir, Fourth
Aliitiliiii-iitH In llie natj,
tuo to sl rooms, mod--ni
i oiivciiltnoe, $10 to 20.00
l'our room brick Iiousc,
Imlli. cellar, rourtli ward 23.00
Seven room lirli-k hoiiHe,
nkhIi tii. furnished or un
furnished, close In.
Three- rooms for lighthouse-
keeping, close in 15.00
I'lve room house, South
Second street 15.00
live room frame. First
215 Wrst Gold lye.
USLP WANTED If that is your
crying need, a want ad in The
Evening Citizen s want column will
assure you of plenty of employes.
WANTED Position as clerk or of
fice man. Have .had experience
and can give good references. Ad
dress, J. W. Harvey. 1201 Eas:
Railroad avenue, city.
WANTED--A" competent bookkeep
er, capable of handling books of
a wholesale and retail business.
References required. Address Q,
WANTED Good carpenters, waiters
and waitresses; also cook. Can
furnish good baker.
100 Went Silver Ave. Phone 4M
WANTED A competent girl for
general housework. Family of two.
Apply 1132 West Central avenue
WANTED Ladies desiring Millinery
at less than cost to call on Miss
Crane, 612 North Second street.
Millinery and dressmaking parlors:
also apprentices wanted.
WANTED A competent bookkeeper
and colector. Address B, care Citi
zen office, stating experience, and
WANTED To buy all kinds of 2-
hand furniture. Scheer & Warllck,
206 East Central avenue.
WANTED A good . delivery horse.
ficheer ft Warllck, The New Furni
ture Store, 20 East Central ave
nue. WANTED People who want some
thing, to advertise In The Citizen's
want column. A few lines cost but
a few cents but bring returns an
EN WANTED Somewhere every
day. If you are looking for a Job
put a want ad in The Evening Citl
sen's want column and It will do
FOR RENT Modern 9-room brick
house In good repair. $30. Lloyd
iiunsaKer. zoft uom ave.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished 3
room apartment, with gns range
electric light, hot and cold water.
120. Lloyd Hunsaker, 205 West
FOR RENT Good 4-room cottage,
112, also B-room cottage at $15.
Convenient to shops. Lloyd Hun
saker, 205 West Gold avenue.
FOR RENT Light, airy well-fur
nished rooms for rooming or light
housekeeping. All rooms opsnlng
on tne outside, price, $1 per weok
ana up. Allnueap ill ll'une, 624
South Second. A. T. liivjie, Pro
FOR RENT Any number of rooms
lurnisned to suit tenant. Also five
room cottage nicely furnished, wllh
piano. Apply nu East Coal ave
FOn RENT Pleasant, well furnish
ed front rooms, near business cen
ter; rates reasonable. Corner
sixth and Railroad. Apply at rear.
FOR RENT A few nicely furnished
rooms, witn use or bath, very rea
sonable; no Invalids. Hotel Cralge,
Silver avenue, between First and
FOR RENT Several small cottages.
an nicely rurnished for housekeep
ing. J. B. Block, Jemez Hot
Springs, N. M.
EMPLOYMENT If you need work
ine uuien want column will fur
nish you a quick and ready mean
or securing it at a minimum ex
penditure. Put a want ad In The
Citizen today and be at work tomor
row. FOR SALE.
FOR SALE Special "low rates. To
Chicago, St. Louis and Kansas
City. One way or round trip tic
kets furnished In any part of the
United States. Low rates to Cali
fornia. See m B I U buy. Moore's
Ticket Office. 11 J Central avenue.
Member American Ticket Brokers'
FOR SALE Five-room modern
house, most fashionable district In
city. Cheap If sold at once. B. N.
FOR SALE-rSnap In a three-room
house In the Highlands; must be
sold. Porterfleld Co., 216 West
OR SALE One six-room house,
furnished. Apply at Mann Sad
dlery Co. 114 North Second street.
OR SALE Half Interest in estab
ilshed poultry business. Bred-to-
Lay Poultry Yards, J. T. Harger,
prop., 12th street and Mountain
LiST Small chestnut color mare;
white hind feet. Reward for re
turn to 211 South High street.
For the good of those suffering
witn eczema or other such trouble, I
wish to say, my wife had something
of that kind and after using the doc
tors' remedies for some time con
cluded to try Chamberlain's Salve and
It proved to be better than anything
she had tried. For sale by all drug
gists. Weak Kidneys
Wak Kldneri. sorely point to wak kidney
rierve. The Kldneyi, like theUIwrt, and tbe
(ttomsch. dad tlwlr weakneu, not in tba organ
lUrf-lf. but In the nerrea that control and guide
and ttrenrthen them. Dr. Bhoop'i RentorsUve Is
a Ei-dlctna HKCiflcally prvirwl to reach theaa
contmlUoc nervu. To doctor the Kidneys alone.
It I utile. It 1 a want of time, and ol otouaj a
If Tour back aches or U weak, if the urine
anald. or li lisrk and Mron. if jou hare iymptom
of Urihu or other dltirrKalns or daitguroiu kid.
ney disae. try lr. Ehoop't lUatoraUva a month
TahK u or Liquid mid what it can aud will
00 lot you. Druggist recoumuuid and auil
bUl.D UY J. 1. OTUEIAY CO.
fOUND Through tne want nmn,
of The Evening Citizen, Just what
you nave Deen looking ror. An
advertising source sure to hrinv re
turns for small expenditure. Try a
wsnt ad, and be conrincea.
PERSONAL PROPERTY LOANS.
MONEY to LOAN
On Furnltura, Pianos, Organs
noma, wagons and other Chattels
also on SALARIES AND WARM
MUUBJfl KBCKIFT8, as low as 1(
ana as man as iioo. Loans art
quickly mad and strict artrat
Tims: On month to on year rlvsa
Goods remain In your aosss ioa
uur rates ars reasonable, call an
see us before borrowing,
THE HOUSEHOLD LOAM CO.
Steamship tickets to and from a
parts of tha world.
Rooms t and 4, Grant Bid.
tetH West Railroad At.
ATTORNEY AT LAW, II F.Bt
N. W Washington, D. C. Pensions
land patents, copyrights, caveats
letter patents, trade marks, claim
R. W. D. Bryan.
ATTORNB T AT LAW. Albuquer
Que, N. M. Office, First Natlona
E. w. Dobson.
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Offlse
Cromwell block, Albuquerque. N. M
DR. J. E. KRAFT,
Rooms 1 ua I, Barnett building
over O'RIelly's drug store. Phon.
No. 744. Appointments mad by mat.
DR. C. A. ELLER;
N. T. Armljo Building. Phone III.
zuiniunu rf. Alger, D. D. 8.
No. 106 Pallroad avenue. Offle
uour. a. m., to 12:10 p. m.;
P. m. to i p. m. Both phones,
potntmente made by mall.
W. M. SHERIDAN, M. D.
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon
Occidental Life Building. Tl
Phone 886. Albuquerque. N. M.
. DR. R. L. HUST,
Physician anil Kii.nu.,,
Rooms 6 ft 8. N. T. Armljo Building.
DRS. IIROXkov j. m-wcm
Homeopathic Physicinna and 'sur
geons. Oyer Vann's Dnig Store.
Phono. Ofllee and Residency. 62B
IR. C. A. FRANK.
Physician and Surgeon.
Kooms 4 and 6. Barnett bldg. Of
fice hours 8 to 12 and 2 to 6, 7 to I
W- -,'E-NK PROVIXES. M. D
Specialist: Eye, Ear and Throat.
Late assistant to chair of diseases of
eye. ear and throat In Hospital Col
lege of Medicine, Louisville, Ky.
Eyes properly tested for glasses.
Rooms 6 and 8, N. T. Armljo build
F. W. Spencer! Rooms 4I-4T Bar
nett building, Albuquerque, N. If
Thos. K. D. Maddlson.
Office with W. B. Chlldara
West Gold avenue.
Kennedy's Laxative Cough Svrun
acts gently upon the bowels and
clears the whole system of coutrha
and colds. It promptly relieves in
flammation of the throat and allays
iilliauun, cum DV J. i (J'1P11V A,
MOTT'S PENNYROYAL PILLS
TO).. Thy o.triom. Wukiuu. Ir-en
(idiiij , ll""r " kirn'
MEN AND WOMEN.
Uh Hi for dnn.nit.1
u 1 1 t r.l li hr.,iiilluij.cii'u.
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ItfUSWlMiCMCS. or no..T.u.
lSCU,luri.f J y DranUU,
-aa, j C mdi li iina iriunar.
r MprMe. prepaid, tut
St 00. or 1 bof tl.s .' 7S.
tutelar tout uu iiuaet.
"I'li'iiii-i'toi urvart. anil fciwlr hi
flZRW;,- ""I' '"""'l Sir iy mu
ci.-32rvi,'iK 'V mull, x.,1.1 y di"i,rl.i.
The flexible sole Red Crosi
Shoe is comfortable from
'he start. ' ,
The burnine and a chine
:aused by stiff soles nd the
svils of thin soles aie nre-
fr-ented by the Red Crt ss. It
snables a woman to be on her
feet for hours at a time with
Let us fit you.
121 Railroad Arnu
And Principal Eastern Point
On Sale Dally
June 1st to Sept. 30th
Low rates, lone limit, tlrkota u.
cepted on Limited and all other
trains. Call at ticket office and wo
will plan your trlD back east- Wi
ar all going. Whx not yooT
A. T. & S. F. RY.
D. A. SLEYSTER
INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE
Rooms 11 and 14 Cromwell Bluck.
Albuquerque. Telephone Na. II.
1.411 . U U IV'QKI Utv
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full .nrtiii-rt nuu l.r.-. 1 .... in, v" 1
MbMI tb. .,,, t,V It'll..
and CURE the LUNGS
OLDS Trial Bottle Free
NBUTHR0T AND LUNG TROUBLES.
S MONEY REFUNDED.
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